Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge

A team for THE RAINING SEASON

  • $1,195
    Raised
  • 8
    Donors
  • 5
    Fundraisers

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$1,195 raised of $10,000

Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge, a team fundraiser to help the THE RAINING SEASON...

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name dollars donors

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Brian Connelly

Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge, to support THE RAINING SEASON

$450 1

2

Bethany Connelly

Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge, to support THE RAINING SEASON

$450 3

3

Lisa Ambrosch

Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge!

$195 3

4

Paul Schmidt

Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge

$100 1

5

Karen Shermer

Educate a Child, Educate a Nation

$0 0

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We are raising support for The Raining Season. On Saturday, June 25, 2011, we will be participating in Hope Hike 2011: A Superior Challenge. Together we can help girls and women experience true hope through the life-changing ministry of The Raining Season. We will hike a challenging section of The Superior Trail, a footpath that largely follows the rocky ridgeline above Lake Superior on Minnesota's North Shore from Duluth to the Canadian border. I am asking each hiker to raise a minimum of $450. I want YOU on my team!!!

Our mission is to provide a hopeful future to orphaned children and impoverished families in Sierra Leone, West Africa through meeting basic necessities that include: housing, nourishment, education and small business grants.

The money raised by the Hope Hike will be used to educate young girls and teenage women in a Christian atmosphere with the goal to someday empower and equip them to change their country and positively impact the lives of their children and community through Christ.

To learn more about what it means to educate a girl in Africa go to:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e8xgF0JtVg


To learn more about The Raining Season, visit www.therainingseason.org
For more information contact tina@therainingseason.org

Team Captain

Paul Schmidt Paul Schmidt

Help girls and women in Sierra Leone